Introduction to Unit Testing

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The course creator Dylan C. Israel

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Course level: Intermediate

Code with confidence and lower your stress levels by learning how to test your code as you write it.

You'll learn

Introduction to Jasmine
The 3 parts of testing
The testing setup
Grouping with describe
Setting up data
Skipping
Focussing
Spies
Mocks
Debugging
Additional matchers
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The course creator

Dylan C. Israel

I teach tens of thousands of students monthly about web development.

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Why this course rocks

Unit Testing is in high demand, with good reason!

Testing your code allows you to check that your logic works as expected every time, giving you code confidence, lowering stress levels, and allowing you to deliver faster results.

This course covers test grouping, test cases, debugging tests with focus, spies and more in just one hour, and contains plenty of challenges to cement your new knowledge.

You’ll also learn about the 3 A’s (Arrange, Act, Assert), and, of course, write plenty of tests.

The earlier you start incorporating unit tests into your code base, the better - but it’s never too late. That means that this course is suitable for both newbie coders and those already working in the field who want to level up.

Knowledge of Unit Testing removes coding doubts, leads to faster development, and reduces bugs, so do your future self a favor and learn Unit Testing today.

F to the A oracle to the Q

Why should I learn Unit Testing?

Unit Testing is a skill which many employers are looking for. Not only that, the ability to write effective tests will make your coding more efficient, cleaner, and less stressful.

Who is this course for?

It's never too early to start Unit Testing. Regardless of whether you are just starting out or already an established coder, the time to start testing is now.

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